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O TO SAE ON SHOES
"Out of curiosity I tried a pair of
Neolin Soles," writes W. P. Macartney
of St. Lotis, "and today, after five
months of hard service I fail to notice
any real signs of wear on them."
This statement points the way to
real economy in shoes. What your
shoes cost, by the year, depends largely
on how the soles wear and Neolin Soles
do wear a very long titne. Moreover,
they are exceedingly comfortable and
waterproof-sientj ically made to be
exactly what soles should be and so
worn now by millions.
They are available everywhere on
-new shoes and for re-soling. They are
made by The Goodyear Tire & Rub
ber Company, Akron, Ohio, who also
make Wingfoot I leels, guaranteed to
outwear any other heels.
DON'T NELGECT A
Co " fter it with Sloan'3
Linimnent Leforo it gets
Apply a little, don't rub, let it pene.
grate, and-*-good-by twinge! Same for
external aches, pains, strains, stiffness
of joints or muscles, lameness, bruises.
Instant relief without mussiness or
soiled clothing. Reliable-the biggest
selling liniment year after year. Ec;
nomical by reason of enormous salc.
Keep a big bottle ready at all times.
Ask your druggist for Sloan's Lininmnt.
Half Your Living
Withut Money Cost
We ar all t a daiger point. On
-the luse of good co01O1mm1on senise inl olir
1919 farm and garden operations, de
peonds prosperity or our "going broke."
Even at ipresenit high prices 110 on
can plant allI or nearly all cotton, buy
food awl aain at present prices from
supply inerchant oil credit, and ia:o
nony. Food and grain are higher in
proportion than are present cotton
It's a tfimo abovo all others to play
safe; to pro(luco all possiblo food,
grain and forage supplies on your own
acres; to cut down tho store b1ll.
A good pieco of garden ground,
rightly planted, rightly tended and
kopt plantedI tho year round, can be
mnade to furnish. nearly half your liv
Ing. It will save you moro money
than you mado on the best two or
threo acres of cotton you ever grow!
IlastIngs' 1919 Seed Jiook tells all
-about the right kind of a niQCy sav.
ing garden and tho vegetable's to put
in it. It tells about the farm crOpA At(
il) DI shows you the clear road to
-real and regular farm prosperity. It's
Free. Seid for It today to H. O,
HASTINGS CO., Atlanta, Ga.-Adytg
I am still selling the
With and Without
See me before buying.
Also handled by
Laurens Gin &
Laurens, - - S. C.
Relieved of Catarrh Due to
*Mrs. Laura Berberick, 69 'y<
of 1205 Willow Ave., Hoboker
"Four years ago I had a severe aEEI
hoarseness and slmin th head and
was toild I had Catnerrh. I took some
but without mach benefit. Eivery wiu
Latrip po (hfst winter three times
The atarrhu grew worse. I could1
WVas alw'rys troubledi with alinme,. vual
hendache every miornin g, when I wok,
I got n Pecrnna enlen:1 a r in JIaninh,
it through, every testimaony, and then
To-day Ican truthfull testify thait P'
to me. It hasu given mn bIond aend stre
without beinlg troubled. I have no pa
head, I have gained ini weight three
eoruna s ne I tarted in Fel r ary ea
and( happy. thanaka to PeCrunn. It Wvill
recommiend it to those wh need It."
LIQrri)n to ,i'AiiIlgi I'NsM
BE 7 3-4 MILLS
Vote Likely Today In House Restrict
lug Sale of Extracts and Com
pounids. "Gallon-A-Month" 11111 Hill
ed in the House.
Columbia, Feb. 13.-The appropria
tion bill was introduced In the house
by the .ways an( means committee to
night. It provides for a tax levy of
7 3-4 mills which is one half mill le'ss
than the State tax levy assessed in
1918. The bill also contains the same
povision as the appropriation act of
1918 under which the comptroller gen
eral Is authorized to reduce the levy
still further if he finds that it can
The bill introduced tonight, appro
prittes a total of $3,23-1,516.45 against
tle total of $3,376;,130.88 appropriat
ed In 1918.
Williat II. Bradford, of York,
'Ih tma iUof Il ways -antd means
conullii eC, says toin Iglit that his voi -
tailt(e had worked hard on) tle hill
ald has tried failht'hulily to evotonilize.
The houtse Ioilorrow will likely put
itself oil reCord as favoling1 11 he re
strietiol of tihe saule of exIrlCts and
compollntilds, with siitieit alCoholie
conenilts to renider the ulse of he1 se
exiracts as beverages.
The lbibi -Ia t ill anld (1lv
onnii te substiltle Were upl for
onisidieratioll today, but debate was
adaiuriel 11un1i toiorro' after third
rea"ding hill. and w\Ill be4 111 froml day
to day unt1il disposed of.
.\lr. llamiblin in arguing for Ile hill
totlay said the people had no (OInI
prelensionl of tl(' lobby that has b)el
going on against the measure. "Loh.
byisis" lad dropped in from halIi
niore an1d from anly ninnbervi of other
places to fell the l ilauewhat the
peopl1 (if the State wailled, aid drug
gists ha1d 141en to Columbia in large
intmi beri' s to present their laills.
Dr. Ilaritwell, represenUtative from
Ch i rSto, lopposed the measiures ill
1i'iir in'eseint fortm and has anl aileild
nnt whill is to be offered to pro
1oc1 physicianls anld reliable dru-lggimss
of, t1h4, State.
.\lr. 11aut said the sall' of IhII ese
comtulmds was beentning a .worse
meneo 11-111 "liquor boot legging," and
t1ha11 re(Iests for relief were being
a sked fromit all over lie State.
Alr. Atkinsont of Spar tilb rg
wants to see teeth pt. in the ilhill,
"bul. for God's sake let us have reason,
able tleethi, lie salid, inl moving for
onlIintlance of the debate until to
Air. Kelly of Anderson took the
-aule position, epllllllsizing that his
opinioni was that the present bills
Wold work hardships oil the good
luen), womnii ( and children of the State
who have 110 desire to break tile laws.
lIe alWs opliose(d to a Illeasure that
wollt(i pan ish tihe pu b l14, because
som1(e 1114111 Wiailted to go out anild drink
somet h Ui' thaut would kill hfill.
The. loisc of representatives to
nlight killed the bill by "Iub" 10vanls
of Newheryi 0 (0 at a 1 111 atw in
Soluth C1arolinla to alhlowi at gailon a
month I inisteadl of a qtjti. as theO pries
ienlt state tow01 priov'ides fot' liedieal
liioses. 'The vote wals 21 to 65 to
strike ott thIle enlact intg wordts of the
Thie hiouise Itoday p1assed to tild(
rinClhitg Ithe mlemor'ial bill1 by Alessris.
IRivet's. Ileiy anld Mlowei'. As the hill
was sentl . to i thi read ing, it provides
for a memri)'al to wit le soldhieris only.
The liersoi1nnel of lthe ('onun1isslin is
alIso rest ric ted to whlite m en, of wichl
Governor0 ('ooper i' s to lie ('1ha ianU,
Ii. I. AlannIng, "ice-liairmaan, and1( 1.1
iothier meboto baeo appoied byoth
IfTlIhe houe rfusd t adpt )i
'olumilllei1'i4amedmI n It) o k mak theo
amonit o(f Sor iasbipt 111 i to b
akd Grippe, Thopks $tno,
wkof $In-0 ri heSae ilb
Te meo lt0tk hefr
tateo four yness ohenw ileamned
ios lIol tIo or achp at ltheni
versity ofiSotho Carin.An, tt
Lrima Grn4 ipei ~ru Thansto
Il, hN.ac. o'1(00 nm
PekOllfl WI 11titi iiFO
1trfrforyas I hav hado fi
ny natio lnguagt id T read
reservation will be made for tablets
for tho names of South Carolina
white boys who had ,part in the great
war, and also for statuary and also
niches for comnplete records of other
war time organizations.
A strong argument was made by
Mr. Berry not -to restrict the memorial
to the whites, as the idea was wholly
to conserve history and historical rec
or(s. Mr. Bradford did not think
white soldiers would relish the idea
of having their names recorded be
side those of negroes oil the walls of
the proposed memorial. When it was
poiliel out that the iegroes were
coitemplaintg the erection of a me
morial at the State colored college
at Orangeburg and that the legisla
uilr-e woti he asked to iake some
appropriatlion in this direction as it.
had for tle owh ite llelorialI, th1e
amnvenudlmentI to restriet the inemiorial
to whlites was a(opted by a large imla
Tlie selate tonight sustained Gov
crnlor .\aninilg inl his \.(.o orfihe Toole.
lill of the last session of the (en
i.vembly the pillpol of whih ineas
lime was i(o reduce Ile steet car
lie lilt wien oliiihjnhi aId Caimi
.laikson from tii eIs to live cents.
The f;are( will 1huis rillaill at tenl
(ellis as has inent ohtainiig since the
or.g-anizationl of, tile caitomiliei. 1 8
11)11ionhs at"o. 'le vote ill filie Snilate
was seVelIeen to sistain the gover
nor and ellwIy-onie in opposition. A
wo- hirds vole was lieessarV. Tlue
housew \voted onev luon1tred .1m1 onle to
hr'ee agiist iii governor.
Dloodl. Presvloulsly Drawn and11 leed,.
Sieessfilly I'seid ini 111tile inl
Washiigtoni. Feb. I I---se q ofI
"cannied blood" olie of Ohe reillaraible
ievelopmnietis of war siurgery, 'was (Ie
scrihed today' by fihl Sulrgeon (;wn
'ral's otiee for the bnellit of Iie faim
ilies of illldrels of soliters whloa'
lives were saved by blood ira'i-;ui
On. of Ow leaviesi calses of drap"
aiogwounde(d soldirs is hlemor
rhiauin. tiimiediately after tre l ' ted
Slales nltered( thle warl fihe .\ledical
I)epartiniit began organizing to re
(hce tle number of fatalities from
11his caulse. It Was decided that shi
ple mleth(ods should be lliployed he
cause of lilliled facilities at the
Developilnlit of tle use of "cvanned
(lood" was a direct. resuilt of war
colditiols. iuring a heav'y attack it.
Wa1s i imossiile to arrango for
traisfusionus direct from lpersonis, so
the fluid Wias drawn previolsly,
siored oi ice iII Sterile flasks. 'ih eni
uisel in eiiergeney. Where tII
Wolind(ed mian1 cold stalnd it, a bloo(
substitllt was 1iujected which .w
lained licte uitil Ile could he remov
(d to a hosi tal wiler 11101 direel
Iram:fusions could be iim ployed.,
ly I IhIese methods, Im afny 1m)en
w ere returne i t(( o t hi r famlie s whol
ini pri'Vous war i.'j wo'uld have livedl.
bui a few houri," the dleparhineiii's
HEAD AND) NOSTRILS
STUFFED FROM COLD
"hlape's ('oldl ('.liimpoundit" enids a cold1
ot grippe ini a fewl hours.
Your ('(111 wvill brleak and( all Sipp
miser(y endi after taing~i1 a dhose oif
"P'ape's ('oldl ('ompound"1 l~ ' (very twio
hourliS until three dlosex atre taken'i.
i Itromptly opens5 (logged..ip 1os..
triIs and air pa:(sages in lihe lead,
ltops nasty3 ischargie~ or nose runl
nilnS. relieves sick headache, dullness,
hiS head ~l iiothing else iln lihe wori'I
"I, isc brompi irIlief as "Pape's
wI tens at i i a ni dlt u t tof. I't es
wViti h i'e assitan. tasti nul i c. ando'k
ilausi I no' inconveln ie. Aroet noi~
l'ii,-('iti (' hai t ie1i0n11TlSal
or oo i wll eFwll I .11Ped.N I l1,1
ha es edvbenpae for I aon f lieewtii.
INl w Hlllugnn si o llned. ad
imps onville, Feb ol l. 12-ion
vile'st sretir fornto lightted
me i'es nowll ingge ont tilhe' projit andi l
w'r isi' fhotithe ithe prinicda part1
toe ole twil l he wel lighed.an Poles
have lreadv buiiileulad f'or t he weir
llig(' andi conn~eo ilildinso.emd
with te Tcure thatofursre. l
Te for thndardttoe'mill. or th
siitriee l icl is obtinbl e, butl l i n~ thea
veterl 'oi futuitist Cxpilediit thel
the kwtl toinlilc be wried and eIteIe-N
oti Mlit furicsh o the renol i
Thile ld tandard~l Groem. Tastcess
*. * * *e* e ** .. .. .
* S111. W. M. WALKER,
* Octo. 20, 1858-Fob. 1, 1919. *
* . ~ * 0 .g e
To express the sadness conveyed by
. Irs. Walker's death would be to try
and number her friends. She was
worthy of every iword of praise that
can be mt1 The interests of her own
family cirele, her first thought, the un
sellish and faithful devotion shown
there, Cxte(Ided an the circle broadell
ed, and made her beloved by all.
A member of Tabernacle M.\ethodist
churcht, her actIvities there Were mark
ed by1 fai Ithflness, pliely and Zeal, and
in W (Itities she iwas a beautiftil ex
ample of Willingness and sirengilt.1
Malany people and occasions have hen
ei ted by her charitable and benevo
lent. acts. an.l always site thought o"
ollbts first. iHer death bigs to a
wide tircle of frien'ids lktnest Sorrow
and to her family a loss, a vacantey,
11h.11 (!an never. he filled
Yes I Everybody
Only 10 cents! Harmless
cathartic for sluggish |
liver and bowels
Toldi'-h1 suire! TakeCserl and
eio oy the lice stjn c y e tl('t liver aal)(1
howel elinigytever eprecd
Casra's will livetn your liver and
cleanl yourt thirty feet of bowels with
oiul grililg. You will Wakie up feel
ing grand. Youi head will be cleatr,
btralh itight1, toflgtte lHean. s'tIonaitch
swet tl a It-evt box no wot anty
drua A.doe. Bes"t enta rlielc for. (.h11 1iron
as \til as grown-tups. Taste like cautly
and ntevetr fais. 'iThey work while yoti
THE HAPPIEST MI
NARM O 7/4
MY J~AN/J 77y e
40O PEOPLE Af
Mostly Girls Ut~
Car Load of Scenei
The Largest and Becst
You Cannot Affo~r
Cleanest Comedy 01
P R ICE S:
OLD AGE STARTS
WITH YOUR KIDNEYS
science says that old age begins with swallow of water. Tlho oil stinulates
weakened kidneys and digestive organs. time kidnecy action and enatbles tote
This being true, it is easy to believe organs to throw off tile poisons which
that by keeping the kidrieys and di- CAuso preimattur old age. Now life and
gestive organs cleaise(i al(i in proper strength increaso as you continue the
working order olud ago can be deferred treatmnont. When conpl~etoly restored
and life prolonged far beyond that en- corntil ue takin- a capsule or two each
joyed by the average porson. day. (ioll i liaarlen Oil Cap
F M is wii keel) you ir lealth and vigor
For over 200 yoars GOLD Melr)A i andi preverit a returi of the disease.
waknesse Oil has lisn relieving thoo Do not wait until oid age or disease
weaknesses ani disbi iitay (ua to a- hlave settlod down for good. Go to your
Vtimeing years. It is a standardi ol- dnr ggist atitd got a box of GOLD
time home reedAy maad nee no intro- M I' i)AL Haar lei Oil Caplsules. Money
ductione. in, Mlo lAr, atriesn Oil i. refunded if they do not help you. Thro
iCiOSed III odortlo~s, ta.tvies ctiipsilcs Bizen. l3it remiembeur to asik for the
containing atbout 5 dIrops each. Take origfutal iporie 0nb1r Mto AL brand.
them as you would a pail, wita a sanall In sealed parLDages.
Fagged Out Women
Vinol is What You Need
If all the tired, overworked, run-down women in
this community could realize how our delicious
Vinol, which contains .Decf and Cod Liver Pep
tones, Iron and Mangancsc Pepton atcs andi Glyce
rPhoSphatCs supplCie; the vital cleinents necessary
to enrich the blood and create working strength,
we wouldn't bc able to supply the demand.
Dukedom, Tenn. Burdett, N. Y.
"I live on a farm and keep house "I konp houso for my fam l of
for six in my family. I V-ot it>to a three, an raifo r I ail a
nervous, run-down condition so it nervous breakdown, s o i was unadla
seemed as though I would die. A to work. The doctor did not seem to
friend advised me to try Vitiol. I help me, and a cousin asked me to
have been greatly improved by its try Vinol. It buit se me t o-I now
use and am better and stronger in have a good nppo,:ito ani am well and
every way.'"-Mrs. 11. I. Goodwin. strong. "-Mrs. Loyal Palmer.
For all run-down, norvon, nnnonc endlitionut, I'NlC W071101. men,
feeble old 12001)1 aud delivate cluihiren, ioeo is noo reanonY lIkM Vinul.
Ior sale by iDi i '1 (( antI (1i.11 it u t
ouse, F'ri. teb. 21
3T ONE. NIGHT
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